Erin Kiraly of “906 Prepare” said in the U.P. ‘June, July, and August are the hottest months. And the most severe UV–ray hours are between 10am–4pm.”

She stressed that white loose fitting long sleeve shirts, pants, and wide–brimmed hats are highly recommended.

Also, don’t forget around water the rays from directly above reflect off the water below making exposure doubly high.

Erin also stressed to take time between the sun and the shade.

If people take suitable precautions when outdoors, they will decrease their risk of UV related illnesses.

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